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Farah & Farah, P.A.

10 W. Adams Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Phone: (800) 533-3555

 

Eddie Farah

Meet the Farah & Farah Legal Team

Jacksonville, Florida
Attorney
phone: (904) 396-5555
fax: (904) 358-2424
email: Email Me

Eddie Farah is a founding partner of Farah & Farah. Born in Jacksonville, Florida, on January 21, 1954, he received an undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and his law degree at Cumberland School of Law of Samford University. Eddie Farah is a member of the Jacksonville Bar Association, the Florida Bar, Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers, and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. He is admitted to practice in the Middle District Court in Florida.

Eddie Farah respects his clients and their problems and values every case brought into The Law Firm of Farah & Farah. He is also committed to the underserved population of Jacksonville and devotes time and resources to a number of community projects, including Farah's Readers are Leaders and Jacksonville Area Legal Aid.

Eddie enjoys family time with his wife Reem, 3 daughters, and son.

PRACTICE AREAS

Personal Injury, Civil Litigation, Wrongful Death, Premises Liability, Insurance, Medical Malpractice, Product Liability, Nursing Home Abuse, Auto Negligence

Location: Jacksonville

EDUCATION

University of Florida (B.A., 1975)
Cumberland School of Law, Stamford University ( J.D., 1979)

CERTIFICATIONS

Admitted to practice, Middle District Courts in Florida

MEMBERSHIP

The Florida Bar, admitted 1979
Jacksonville Bar Association
Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers
Association of Trial Lawyers of America

NEWS ARTICLES

Folio Weekly

October 16, 2007

Eddie Farah - Voted "Best Lawyer" in Jacksonville, Florida by Folio Weekly.

His is a familiar face. Ubiquitous, in fact, considering his billboard, television and phone book ad campaigns. That may be one of many the reasons Eddie Farah was voted numero uno in this category...      - Folio Weekly

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The Florida Times-Union

Family sues over beating on school bus

School Board, bus company named; boy who was beaten has medical problems, lawyer says.

By PAUL PINKHAM
The Times-Union

January 18, 2005

A middle school student whose beating on a school bus was videotaped and circulated nationally has sued the Duval County School Board and the bus company, claiming they failed in their duty to protect his safety.

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The Florida Times-Union

December 21, 2004

Company must pay for barge accident

By PAUL PINKHAM
The Times-Union

A Jacksonville construction company was ordered Monday to pay $19.2 million to eight people injured when the boat they were on slammed into a dimly lit barge in the Cedar River three years ago.

U.S. District Judge Harvey E. Schlesinger said Superior Construction Co. was entirely to blame for the collision for inadequately lighting the 128-foot "black invisible" barge and improperly placing it and a tugboat in the channel beneath the Blanding Boulevard bridge. He said the company never notified the U.S. Coast Guard, which could have warned boaters it was there.

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Settlement announced in bus beating

The video of seven boys beating the 12-year-old on a school bus was seen around the country.

By MICHAEL ALEXANDER, The Times-Union

Images of 12-year-old Si'mone Small being beaten by seven boys on his Jacksonville school bus disturbed viewers across the country as CNN, Oprah and other national talk shows aired the 2004 assault. Now the lawsuit on his behalf, stating negligence on the part of the Duval County School Board and bus operator First Student, has been settled out of court.

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